hey dudes i was hoping that i could get some music recs
-two door cinema club
-dead man’s bones
-bombay bicycle club
-marina and the diamonds
(tmi i know, sorry)
if u have any ‘diverse’ (like poc, lgbt ppl, more women) suggestions then id really appreciate it, b/c ive let my music become a lil too dominated by straight white cis guys in the last while. my bad
but generally if u just wanna recommend w/e then ill check it out my dudes :)
sehun is an aspiring artist who hires jongin to model for one of his works. jongdae is a writer with a bad case of writer’s block and minseok is the barista in the cafe he frequents. baekhyun is a culinary prodigy and chanyeol is the clumsy new waiter in his restaurant. yixing is an up-and-coming musician who collaborates with a renowned producer named junmyeon, and kyungsoo is the long-suffering director who doubles as the third wheel in a bicycle built for two.
I actually made one of these like two years ago when people first started making them, but it turned out ugly and and i never posted it so I just redid it. notice the lack of keychains – it’s ‘cause i keep fucking losing them lmao
Saddest girl she has to be
Salty tears stream down her cheek
Her heart’s bigger than her body
Her name is cry baby
And in her picture perfect home
Momma’s drunk while daddy moans
Her brother always comes home stoned
She watches in her room alone
She watches momma sip a drink
Out of a sippy cup that’s pink
Because of that you’d never think
That she’d pass out under the sink
The carnival is where she fell
For the first time on the carousel
Round and round through the same hell
She never gets under his shell
She cried until she then could see
That he wasn’t even worthy
Of all her love and abc’s
So she spelt fuck you in 1 2 3
She met a new boy and filled with hope
She said too much and always choked
So she washed her mouth out with soap
So that he wouldn’t pull the rope
They rode their bikes so very slow
She wanted more as they got close
Unscrewed his training wheels to grow
Into a two wheel bicycle
Her birthday was around the bend
She invited him and all her friends
None of which did attend
Her happiness came to an end
A lonely girl so vulnerable
To her house she walks alone
The bad wolf ice-cream man had known
And took her to his awful home
She got locked up and made a plan
To kill the bad wolf ice-cream man
He ordered her to make him snacks
Her cookies and milk made him collapse
She escaped and was never the same
She swayed a boy who had been claimed
And pacified ol’ what’s her name
Not out of love, just played a game
One day she turned on the tv
Mrs. potato on the screen
Showing off her surgeries
She thought that her pain meant beauty
Cry baby sat and disagreed
and emotional was she
But she feels safe, going to sleep
And there’s no one else that
she’d rather be
1. That medium-sized tanker in a fetchingly sensible shade of silver. This is a shipment of very fine dream sand, as you would be able to discern if you could get close enough to read the hazard notice. I would not recommend getting quite that close, because if the tanker were to suffer a spillage everyone within a three-month radius would end up furiously sleeping for at least three months.
2. The small grey truck with a conspicuous ‘speed limiter installed’ sign. This is not actually a truck. It is two elephants on a specially-modified bicycle. You are only seeing it as a truck because that is what you expect a large grey object to be on a road of this size.
3. The large green truck with a stylised smiley face logo on it, heading West. This truck is full of spies. Literally full: they are stacked some seven deep in an ingenious spy stacking system which cannot be patented on account of being top secret. They are conservatively-dressed and have very serious faces, apart from the one at the bottom who is making fart jokes and being ignored.
4. That red shipping container, glimpsed briefly in traffic in the other lane. Contents: a slightly smaller red shipping container, containing a slightly smaller red shipping container, containing another, slightly smaller red shipping container, and so on. The source of so many shipping containers of non-standard dimensions is not obvious. In the smallest container is a miniature safe, locked, key nowhere in sight, emitting a furious buzzing noise.
5. The small orange shipping container, marked with a logo in a language you do not read. This is a shipment of fruit, primarily silver moon apples headed for the perilous realm, where they will form part of the fairy world’s seasonal fruit baskets. If you are offered one of these fruit baskets, do not accept it.
6. A small-size black and white horse carrier, no horse visible inside. This carrier was once used by one of the four horsemen of the apocalypse, and as a result has become a place of pilgrimage for ghosts. At the moment it is being used to transport the ghosts of Arthur Sullivan and W. S. Gilbert. They have obtained some highly sought-after permits to spend the night haunting a theatre in which Hamilton is being performed, and are making their way there right now.
7. Half a house, as transported on a special truck for the carrying of large things. This is a witch-squashing house, as popularised by the film the Wizard of Oz. These days, they are usually remotely controlled; essentially, they are the drones of the mystical world. This one has been damaged by being dropped from a great height onto a particularly rocky coven. It is being sent for repair in Swindon.
Here are a couple amazing anime that I highly recommend
Ef: A Tale of Memories (Season 1)
On Christmas Eve, Hiro Hirono runs into Miyako Miyamura, a frivolous girl who “borrows” his bicycle in order to chase down a purse thief. After Hiro finds his bicycle wrecked and Miyako unconscious, the two unexpectedly spend their Christmas Eve together, and when they discover they go to the same high school, their accidental relationship develops even further. This sparks the jealousy of Hiro’s childhood friend Kei Shindou, whose pure approach to life catches the eye of Kyosuke Tsutsumi, a womanizing photographer searching for the perfect shot.
Elsewhere, Renji Asou, a boy who dreams of being a girl’s knight in shining armor, has a chance encounter with Kei’s twin sister—the overly shy Chihiro Shindou, who spends her time reading alone—at an abandoned train station. The two quickly become friends and eventually decide to write a novel together. However, when Renji discovers Chihiro’s secret, a disability that causes her to have an eternally ephemeral memory, his childish ideals will be put to the test.
Guided by two mysterious adults, these youths’ relationships intertwine in a heart-rending tale of love, rejection, acceptance, and memories.
Ef: A Tale of Melodies (Season 2)
In a story set years in the past, Himura Yuu is a studious and diligent young man intent solely on maintaining his top academic position at Otowa Academy. One day, he meets a mysterious girl named Amamiya Yuuko, who, to his surprise, recognizes him. Memories of a distant childhood, memories rather left forgotten… meeting Yuuko again will force Yuu to confront the regrets and sorrows of their collective pasts and presents.
In the present, Kuze Shuuichi may seem like a womanizer, but upon closer inspection, is a man who would rather be left alone. Hayama Mizuki, however, is not the type of girl who would let him be, especially after hearing the beautiful sounds of his violin performance. As Mizuki attempts to become closer to him, Kuze attempts to push her away—the tale of their budding relationship is darkened with undertones of an imminent tragedy.